Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
His scientific interests lie mostly in Regional science, Marketing, Industrial organization, Knowledge economy and Process. His Regional science research includes themes of Systems of innovation, Internationalization and Corporate governance. His Outsourcing and Knowledge process outsourcing study in the realm of Marketing interacts with subjects such as Technological change and Multiple time dimensions.
Dimension, Key factors, Key, Intermediation and Context are fields of study that intersect with his Industrial organization study. His Process study combines topics in areas such as Knowledge management, Consumption, Knowledge spillover and Economic geography. He has included themes like Intermediary, Innovation intermediary, Innovation process and Field in his Economy study.
His primary areas of study are Industrial organization, Knowledge management, Marketing, Globalization and Context. His studies deal with areas such as Tertiary sector of the economy and Process as well as Industrial organization. Process is closely attributed to Outsourcing in his study.
Jeremy Howells usually deals with Knowledge management and limits it to topics linked to Intermediary and Empirical evidence. His work in the fields of Open innovation and Knowledge process outsourcing overlaps with other areas such as Key. Jeremy Howells integrates many fields, such as Context, Innovation process, Regional development, Technological change, Internationalization and Public relations, in his works.
Jeremy Howells spends much of his time researching Perspective, Knowledge management, Value, Open innovation and Higher education. In his research, Innovation system is intimately related to Empirical evidence, which falls under the overarching field of Knowledge management. His Value research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Capital, Economic impact analysis and Marketing.
His research investigates the link between Economic impact analysis and topics such as Counterintuitive that cross with problems in Industrial organization. Jeremy Howells focuses mostly in the field of Open innovation, narrowing it down to matters related to Institution and, in some cases, Regional science. His study in Higher education is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Corporate governance, Task and Global education.
Jeremy Howells mostly deals with Economic geography, Strategic geography, Value, Innovation theory and Critical geography. His Value study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Innovation system, Intermediary, Empirical evidence and Knowledge management. His research on Innovation theory frequently links to adjacent areas such as Urban agglomeration.
In his research, Jeremy Howells performs multidisciplinary study on Critical geography and Key.
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Intermediation and the role of intermediaries in innovation
Research Policy (2006)
Tacit Knowledge, Innovation and Economic Geography
Jeremy R. L. Howells.
Urban Studies (2002)
Regional Systems of Innovation
In: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 1999. p. 67-93. (1999)
Tacit Knowledge, Innovation and Technology Transfer.
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management (1996)
Innovation and regional economic development: A matter of perspective?
Research Policy (2005)
Innovation Policy in a Global Economy
Daniele Archibugi;Jeremy Howells;Jonathan Michie.
In: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 1999. p. 278. (1999)
Innovation in Services: Issues at Stake and Trends.
J Howells;B Tether;F Gallouj;F Djellal.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
The sourcing of technological knowledge: Distributed innovation processes and dynamic change
Jeremy Howells;Andrew James;Khaleel Malik.
R & D Management (2003)
Research and Technology Outsourcing
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management (1999)
The globalisation of production and technology
Alan R. Townsend;J. Howells;M. Wood.
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